Beatrice Dillon

A devotion to the night in Nocturnal City: The State of London ClubLife at Somerset House, Mar 11

8 March 2017

The first edition of Nocturnal City: The State of London ClubLife is on at London’s Somerset House Studios, March 11.

Curated by Studio resident Estela Oliva, the event will look at the relationship between London and Berlin nightlife and is part of a larger series that explores “the state of London’s nightlife and its influence in pushing the boundaries of culture.”

The evening will be host to a panel talk featuring Czar Amy Lamé in conversation with Clubcommission as well as installations and performances by musicians Laurel Halo and Beatrice Dillon and artists Lawrence Lek and LaTurbo Avedon.

See the Somerset House website for details.**

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J. G. Biberkopf + Beatrice Dillon @ The Barbican, Jun 27

25 June 2015

London’s NTS Radio opens the first Station to Station live event with J.G. Biberkopf at The Barbican this Saturday, June 27.

The Lithuanian-born, Berlin-based producer and artist has been dabbling in ASMR and experimental sounds (“spoken samples and raps,” as he described it, “as well as buried breaths and gasps”), releasing first his image mix and later the imageless Video one, citing the privilege of “the supremacy of pure artistic feeling” over its visual depiction.

Biberkopf has changed his tune for the upcoming NTS event, joining London-based DJ and composer Beatrice Dillon for a live AV collaboration, and welcoming visual components by photographer Anne Tetzlaff and artist Jack Sachs , all to be followed by a DJ set from Chloe Frieda (Alien Jams).

See the event page for details. **

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Uyati Pog: ‘Exodus’ bar night @ OCCII, Dec 19

18 December 2014

Amsterdam’s Onafhankelijk Cultureel Centrum In It (OCCII) is hosting another Uyati Pog bar night, titled Exodus and featuring a stacked music and art lineup this Friday, December 19.

Along the lines of music, Exodus is bringing E+E featuring Chinonyeelu Amobi (Liberation Technologies), DJ Hvad (Syg Nok, Janus), Beatrice Dillon (Where to Now?, The Trilogy Tapes), Jacques Gaspard Biberkopf playing a live set, and Fred Hystere.

The artwork list brings works by Loretta Fahrenholz (seen in Warsaw’s Private Settings, Art After the Internet group survey), Lars TCF Holdhus (seen in The Mycological Twist), as well as Ruby Rouge, Daphne Oram, and Dan Walwin.

See the Exodus FB page for details. **

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